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Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting 2016

CONFERENCE COVERAGE SERIES Add Private note Add An editorial note Astrocytes and Exosomes Implicated in Protein Propagation When more than 30,000 registrants gathered at the San Diego Convention Center for the Society for Neuroscience annual meeting November 12-16, they exchanged ...

New Reporter Cells Parse Differences Between Tau Strains

RESEARCH NEWS 2016-12-08 Add Private note Add An editorial note Research News Misfolded tau forms fibrillar “seeds” that lure properly folded tau monomers into their toxic fold. Now, using new cell lines designed to detect such molecular subterfuge, researchers led by Nobel ...

Astrocytes and Exosomes Implicated in Protein Propagation

CONFERENCE COVERAGE 2016-12-07 Add Private note Add An editorial note Conference Coverage Many researchers now believe that misfolded proteins spread from cell to cell across the brain, corrupting normal proteins as they go, yet exactly how this propagation would happen remains unclear ...

Is Alzheimer’s Disease a Uniquely Human Disorder?

WEBINAR 2016-12-07 Add Private note Add An editorial note Humans are not alone in accumulating Aβ in their brain. Squirrel monkeys, vervets, lemurs, apes, other nonhuman primates, and even dogs develop copious amyloid plaques and cerebral amyloid angiopathy as they age. ...

PXT864

THERAPEUTICS Add Private note Add An editorial note Pharnext PXT00864 Small Molecule Other Neurotransmitters From February 2013 to June 2015, Pharnext ran PLEODIAL I, a Phase 2 study in Bordeaux and several other sites in France. It compared an eight-week course (four ...

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